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Chief Data & Analytics Officer Melbourne

9-11 September, 2019

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Day One Conference - Tuesday 10th September 2019
08:00

Register, grab coffee and a breakfast bite.

Mix, mingle and say hello to peers old and new.

Register, grab coffee and a breakfast bite.

September 10 | 08:00 - 08:30

Mix, mingle and say hello to peers old and new.

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Speaking:

09:00

Welcome from Corinium and the Chairperson

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Michelle Pinheiro

Head of Enterprise Data Governance, ANZ

Welcome from Corinium and the Chairperson

September 10 | 09:00 - 09:15

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Speaking:

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Michelle Pinheiro

ANZ

09:15

Industrialising Data & Analytics for a More Citizen-Centric Department

  • Aligning your analytics department in order to execute at scale.
  • Establishing systems and process orientated actions across the value chain to become results focused.
  • Improving data sharing across government to improve citizen outcomes.
  • Delivering outcomes that work for people – humanising the digital experience.

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Marek Rucinski

Deputy Commissioner - Smarter Data, Australian Taxation Office (ATO)

Industrialising Data & Analytics for a More Citizen-Centric Department

September 10 | 09:15 - 09:40

  • Aligning your analytics department in order to execute at scale.
  • Establishing systems and process orientated actions across the value chain to become results focused.
  • Improving data sharing across government to improve citizen outcomes.
  • Delivering outcomes that work for people – humanising the digital experience.
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Speaking:

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Marek Rucinski

Australian Taxation Office (ATO)

09:40

2019 Headliner: Putting Data in the Hot Seat! Revving Commercial Opportunities at F1 Races through Analytics and High-Speed Technology

Speaking:

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Max Métral

Senior Analytics Manager, Formula 1® (UK)

2019 Headliner: Putting Data in the Hot Seat! Revving Commercial Opportunities at F1 Races through Analytics and High-Speed Technology

September 10 | 09:40 - 10:05

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Max Métral

Formula 1® (UK)

10:05

Lead Partner Presentation

Hosted by SAS

Lead Partner Presentation

September 10 | 10:05 - 10:30

Hosted by SAS

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Speaking:

10:30

Privacy Perspectives Leaders Panel: Redesigning Data Privacy Models for Success

· Impact of new business opportunities on data privacy models.

· Exploring the differing privacy models that organisations are deploying.

· Data stewards, can they be leveraged for data privacy?

· The trust triangle – why having good relations with your CISO and CPO will pay off for the business.

Speaking:

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Glenda Crisp

Chief Data Officer, NAB

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Cameron Beck

Deputy General Counsel - Lotteries & Keno & Chief Privacy Officer, Tabcorp

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Jack Steele

Head of Data Analytics, Energy Australia

Privacy Perspectives Leaders Panel: Redesigning Data Privacy Models for Success

September 10 | 10:30 - 11:05

· Impact of new business opportunities on data privacy models.

· Exploring the differing privacy models that organisations are deploying.

· Data stewards, can they be leveraged for data privacy?

· The trust triangle – why having good relations with your CISO and CPO will pay off for the business.

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Speaking:

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Glenda Crisp

NAB

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Jack Steele

Energy Australia

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Cameron Beck

Tabcorp

10:45

Get Refreshed! Mingle

Come to the ‘Meet the Speakers Lounge’ within the Exhibition Area

Get Refreshed! Mingle

September 10 | 10:45 - 11:15

Come to the ‘Meet the Speakers Lounge’ within the Exhibition Area

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Speaking:

11:35

Associate Partner Presentation

Hosted by Micro Focus

Associate Partner Presentation

September 10 | 11:35 - 12:00

Hosted by Micro Focus

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Speaking:

12:00

Adapt or Die: Future-Proofing the Data-Driven Organisation

· Prioritisation of analytics projects: where to start?

· Cross collaboration: how does analytics fit into a cross functional world?

· AI for the real world: how is AI playing out in practice?

Speaking:

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Bora Arslan

Chief Analytics Officer, IAG

Adapt or Die: Future-Proofing the Data-Driven Organisation

September 10 | 12:00 - 12:25

· Prioritisation of analytics projects: where to start?

· Cross collaboration: how does analytics fit into a cross functional world?

· AI for the real world: how is AI playing out in practice?

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Speaking:

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Bora Arslan

IAG

12:25

Presentation: Developing a Data Literate Workforce

By 2020, revenues from big data and analytics products and services will eclipse $200 billion. Since 1993, Qlik have been helping customers making those investments and sharpen their competitive edge in an aggressive global economy.But for many, there’s a major stumbling block. Qlik’s research shows only 24% of business decision makers, from junior managers to the C-suite, feel fully confident in their ability to read, work with, analyse and argue with that data — the fundamental skills that define a person’s data literacy.The good news is that the majority (78%) said they would be willing to invest more time and energy into improving their data skillset. But what’s the best way to turn that interest into action?A Chief Data Officer (CDO) is the ideal candidate to lead and advocate for your data literacy initiative. A CDO who is expert in, and enthusiastic about, working with data can inspire the organisation to embrace a culture of data literacy. And when it’s embedded in the CDO’s own mission, potential resistance to a data literacy program is greatly reduced.

Speaking:

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Simon Williams

Data Literacy Evangelist, Qlik

Presentation: Developing a Data Literate Workforce

September 10 | 12:25 - 12:50

By 2020, revenues from big data and analytics products and services will eclipse $200 billion. Since 1993, Qlik have been helping customers making those investments and sharpen their competitive edge in an aggressive global economy.But for many, there’s a major stumbling block. Qlik’s research shows only 24% of business decision makers, from junior managers to the C-suite, feel fully confident in their ability to read, work with, analyse and argue with that data — the fundamental skills that define a person’s data literacy.The good news is that the majority (78%) said they would be willing to invest more time and energy into improving their data skillset. But what’s the best way to turn that interest into action?A Chief Data Officer (CDO) is the ideal candidate to lead and advocate for your data literacy initiative. A CDO who is expert in, and enthusiastic about, working with data can inspire the organisation to embrace a culture of data literacy. And when it’s embedded in the CDO’s own mission, potential resistance to a data literacy program is greatly reduced.

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Speaking:

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Simon Williams

Qlik

12:50

Mix and mingle over lunch.

Enjoy downtime with experts in the Speaker Conversation Corner

Mix and mingle over lunch.

September 10 | 12:50 - 14:00

Enjoy downtime with experts in the Speaker Conversation Corner

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Speaking:

TRACK A Execution and Enablement

2:00

Presentation: Applications of AI & How it’s Enabling the Energy Sector to Stay Smart

Speaking:

MOHA

Moha Ganji

AI and Advanced Analytics Manager and Practice Lead, AusNet Services

Presentation: Applications of AI & How it’s Enabling the Energy Sector to Stay Smart

September 10 | 14:00 - 14:35

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Speaking:

MOHA

Moha Ganji

AusNet Services

TRACK B Data Innovation

2:00

Presentation: DataRobot Vs the Red Queen

The Red Queen Effect is a term used to describe situations in which considerable effort is being made just to sustain the Status Quo. Where your efforts to innovate and compete are met with an equal effort from your competitors. How can your company gain an edge in competing on analytics? In this talk, we will describe many of the factors that are holding back today's analytics teams and then describe how DataRobot has helped organisations escape from the Red Queen's dungeon.

Speaking:

Presentation: DataRobot Vs the Red Queen

September 10 | 14:00 - 14:35

The Red Queen Effect is a term used to describe situations in which considerable effort is being made just to sustain the Status Quo. Where your efforts to innovate and compete are met with an equal effort from your competitors. How can your company gain an edge in competing on analytics? In this talk, we will describe many of the factors that are holding back today's analytics teams and then describe how DataRobot has helped organisations escape from the Red Queen's dungeon.

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TRACK C Strategy and Leadership

2:00

Discussion Group: Leading and Championing Change

· How can you affect change in your organisation through data analytics?

· How do we remove bottlenecks in a data-driven organisation?

· How to encourage collaboration?

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Gaj Premnath

Chief Data Officer, Veolia

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Sam Stramandinoli

Head of Data Governance Office, Genworth Australia

Discussion Group: Leading and Championing Change

September 10 | 14:00 - 14:35

· How can you affect change in your organisation through data analytics?

· How do we remove bottlenecks in a data-driven organisation?

· How to encourage collaboration?

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Speaking:

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Sam Stramandinoli

Genworth Australia

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Gaj Premnath

Veolia

TRACK A Execution and Enablement

2:35

Presentation: Building Organisational Data Maturity - Moving Beyond Traditional BI

· How organisations can move beyond traditional BI techniques and make full potential of their data.

· Defining what it means to move beyond traditional BI. Challenges and pitfalls.

· Identifying business maturity and potential use cases.

· The importance of data governance, business champions and agile methodologies.

Speaking:

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Lindy Woodburn

Senior Consultant, Servian

Presentation: Building Organisational Data Maturity - Moving Beyond Traditional BI

September 10 | 14:35 - 15:10

· How organisations can move beyond traditional BI techniques and make full potential of their data.

· Defining what it means to move beyond traditional BI. Challenges and pitfalls.

· Identifying business maturity and potential use cases.

· The importance of data governance, business champions and agile methodologies.

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Speaking:

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Lindy Woodburn

Servian

TRACK B Data Innovation

2:35

Presentation: Australia Post - Analytics Journey - Skin in the Game

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Stuart Nickols

Head of Data Science, Australia Post

Presentation: Australia Post - Analytics Journey - Skin in the Game

September 10 | 14:35 - 15:10

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Stuart Nickols

Australia Post

TRACK C Strategy and Leadership

2:35

Discussion Group: Data Commercialisation – Building an Effective Data Market with External and Internal Data Partners

  • Data commercialisation business models.
  • Use cases and opportunities - finding the sweet spot.
  • Building blocks – establishing the engagement and control framework – being able to commit with confidence.
  • The need for strong customer preference management.
  • Practical challenges:
    • System access protocols
    • Legal frameworks
    • Corralling internal partners for strategic investment/implements vs near term distractions.
    • The quantification of re-identification risk.

Speaking:

Alan Hsiao

Alan Hsiao

Managing Director, Cognitivo Consulting

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Toby Johnston

Director - Data, Optus

Discussion Group: Data Commercialisation – Building an Effective Data Market with External and Internal Data Partners

September 10 | 14:35 - 15:10

  • Data commercialisation business models.
  • Use cases and opportunities - finding the sweet spot.
  • Building blocks – establishing the engagement and control framework – being able to commit with confidence.
  • The need for strong customer preference management.
  • Practical challenges:
    • System access protocols
    • Legal frameworks
    • Corralling internal partners for strategic investment/implements vs near term distractions.
    • The quantification of re-identification risk.
Register

Speaking:

Alan Hsiao

Alan Hsiao

Cognitivo Consulting

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Toby Johnston

Optus

TRACK D Connect

2:35

Ignite Focus Group: Start connections with like-minded peers. This session will connect you with those interested in: Agile Models, Approaches & Management Suitability

Start connections with like-minded peers. This session will connect you with those interested in: Agile Models, Approaches & Management Suitability

Ignite Focus Group: Start connections with like-minded peers. This session will connect you with those interested in: Agile Models, Approaches & Management Suitability

September 10 | 14:35 - 15:10

Start connections with like-minded peers. This session will connect you with those interested in: Agile Models, Approaches & Management Suitability

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Speaking:

TRACK A Execution and Enablement

3:10

Presentation: Is Your Business Impacted when your Technology Changes? How to Build Flexibility into Your Data and Analytics Architecture to Ensure Business Continuity

As you modernize your technology landscape (say, migration to the cloud), does it cause downtime for your business? Do you have to re-train your business users? Is there a way to insulate your business from technology changes? Yes, there is! A data abstraction layer will enable IT to adopt new technologies while liberating the business users from any downtime.

  • This session will focus on building an agile modern data architecture using data virtualization to future-proof your technology investment.
  • Learn from leading blue-chip customers who have successfully implemented a flexible architecture that has enabled them to adopt newer technologies faster and cheaper.
  • Three best practices that you can begin today that will set your company into the modern path ahead of your competition, and you, onto your career success!

Speaking:

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Chris Day

Principal Solution Architect, ANZ, Denodo

Presentation: Is Your Business Impacted when your Technology Changes? How to Build Flexibility into Your Data and Analytics Architecture to Ensure Business Continuity

September 10 | 15:10 - 15:45

As you modernize your technology landscape (say, migration to the cloud), does it cause downtime for your business? Do you have to re-train your business users? Is there a way to insulate your business from technology changes? Yes, there is! A data abstraction layer will enable IT to adopt new technologies while liberating the business users from any downtime.

  • This session will focus on building an agile modern data architecture using data virtualization to future-proof your technology investment.
  • Learn from leading blue-chip customers who have successfully implemented a flexible architecture that has enabled them to adopt newer technologies faster and cheaper.
  • Three best practices that you can begin today that will set your company into the modern path ahead of your competition, and you, onto your career success!
Register

Speaking:

Denodo_ChrisDay

Chris Day

Denodo

TRACK B Data Innovation

3:10

Presentation: Your Data. No Limits. How to Bust Through Common Data Warehousing Barriers

Struggling to keep up with an ever-increasing demand for data at your organisation? Do you spend hours tinkering with your streaming data pipelines? Does that one data scientist with direct EDW access keep you up at night? This session will address how Netflix, Adobe and Nike overcame common shortcomings of data solutions by:

· Designing and implementing a unique cloud-based architecture.

· Unlocking unlimited concurrency and enabling instant scalability.

· Taking advantage of built-in tuning and optimisation.

Presentation: Your Data. No Limits. How to Bust Through Common Data Warehousing Barriers

September 10 | 15:10 - 15:45

Struggling to keep up with an ever-increasing demand for data at your organisation? Do you spend hours tinkering with your streaming data pipelines? Does that one data scientist with direct EDW access keep you up at night? This session will address how Netflix, Adobe and Nike overcame common shortcomings of data solutions by:

· Designing and implementing a unique cloud-based architecture.

· Unlocking unlimited concurrency and enabling instant scalability.

· Taking advantage of built-in tuning and optimisation.

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Speaking:

TRACK C Strategy and Leadership

3:10

Discussion Group: Forecasting- How AI is Changing the Way Business Decisions Are Made

Speaking:

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Michael Kollo

General Manager Quantitative Solutions and Risk, HESTA

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Agustinus Nalwan

Head of AI and Machine Learning, carsales.com.au

Discussion Group: Forecasting- How AI is Changing the Way Business Decisions Are Made

September 10 | 15:10 - 15:45

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Speaking:

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Agustinus Nalwan

carsales.com.au

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Michael Kollo

HESTA

TRACK D Connect

3:10

Off the Record with...

This is an additional session with our top international speaker. Totally unscripted, delegates will get to ask pressing questions of our international speakers.

Speaking:

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Max Métral

Senior Analytics Manager, Formula 1® (UK)

Off the Record with...

September 10 | 15:10 - 15:45

This is an additional session with our top international speaker. Totally unscripted, delegates will get to ask pressing questions of our international speakers.

Register

Speaking:

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Max Métral

Formula 1® (UK)

3:45

Get Refreshed! Mingle

Get Refreshed! Mingle

September 10 | 15:45 - 16:15

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Speaking:

4:15

Delivery: How Machine Learning and AI are Shaping the Future of Data Analytics

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Kari Jones

General Manager Data & Analytics, New Zealand Post

Delivery: How Machine Learning and AI are Shaping the Future of Data Analytics

September 10 | 16:15 - 16:40

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Kari Jones

New Zealand Post

4:15

VIP Think-Tank – Invite only What’s Next for the Intelligent Enterprise? Trends, Talent & Technology

This closed door conversation will focus on “Too Hot To Touch” topics. There's no holding back in our candid discussions held. How better to get to know what your peers really think?

VIP Think-Tank – Invite only What’s Next for the Intelligent Enterprise? Trends, Talent & Technology

September 10 | 16:15

This closed door conversation will focus on “Too Hot To Touch” topics. There's no holding back in our candid discussions held. How better to get to know what your peers really think?

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Speaking:

4:40

Investing and Growing the Return on ML & AI

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Ash Nair

Chief Data & Analytics Officer , QBE Insurance

Investing and Growing the Return on ML & AI

September 10 | 16:40 - 17:05

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Ash Nair

QBE Insurance

5:05

Chair's End of Day One Remarks

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Michelle Pinheiro

Head of Enterprise Data Governance, ANZ

Chair's End of Day One Remarks

September 10 | 17:05 - 17:15

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Speaking:

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Michelle Pinheiro

ANZ

5:15

End of CDAO Day 1 - Now Cheers with Peers!

Opportunity to continue the conversations in the cocktail reception.

End of CDAO Day 1 - Now Cheers with Peers!

September 10 | 17:15

Opportunity to continue the conversations in the cocktail reception.

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Day Two Conference - Wednesday 11th September
08:20

Register, grab coffee and say hello.

Register, grab coffee and say hello.

September 11 | 08:20 - 08:50

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Speaking:

08:50

Welcome and Chair’s Opening Remarks

Speaking:

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Michelle Pinheiro

Head of Enterprise Data Governance, ANZ

Welcome and Chair’s Opening Remarks

September 11 | 08:50 - 08:55

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Speaking:

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Michelle Pinheiro

ANZ

08:55

2019 Headliner: The Art Behind Data Science – Prioritising and Triaging Your Analytics Projects for Maximum Business Impact

· Identifying the business areas that are bleeding the most.

· Consolidating internal and external data sources to get the best understanding of your market and audience.

· Leveraging analytics to drive sales and conversion.

Speaking:

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Cary Correia

Chief Commercial Data Scientist, GE (USA)

2019 Headliner: The Art Behind Data Science – Prioritising and Triaging Your Analytics Projects for Maximum Business Impact

September 11 | 08:55 - 09:20

· Identifying the business areas that are bleeding the most.

· Consolidating internal and external data sources to get the best understanding of your market and audience.

· Leveraging analytics to drive sales and conversion.

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Speaking:

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Cary Correia

GE (USA)

09:20

Associate Partner Presentation

Hosted by Cloudera

Speaking:

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Stephen Chadwick

Senior Account Executive, Cloudera

Associate Partner Presentation

September 11 | 09:20 - 09:45

Hosted by Cloudera

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Speaking:

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Stephen Chadwick

Cloudera

09:45

Data Talks Leaders Panel: Purposefully Leading Data Driven Change

Data is impacting every aspect of our world, from social credit systems to businesses who want to harvest data to inform business decisions. Creativity and freedom without boundaries strikes fear.

· What are the pain points that can hinder the ability of your team and your company to innovate?

· How to establish the intrinsic value of the organization’s information assets?

· How to incorporate continuous intelligence that harnesses real-time contextual data to improve decisions?

· Are you making the best business decisions?

· How should data ethics inform your strategies?

Speaking:

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Cary Correia

Chief Commercial Data Scientist, GE (USA)

Scott Barber3

Scott Barber

Chief Data Officer, Bupa

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Marek Rucinski

Deputy Commissioner - Smarter Data, Australian Taxation Office (ATO)

Data Talks Leaders Panel: Purposefully Leading Data Driven Change

September 11 | 09:45 - 10:20

Data is impacting every aspect of our world, from social credit systems to businesses who want to harvest data to inform business decisions. Creativity and freedom without boundaries strikes fear.

· What are the pain points that can hinder the ability of your team and your company to innovate?

· How to establish the intrinsic value of the organization’s information assets?

· How to incorporate continuous intelligence that harnesses real-time contextual data to improve decisions?

· Are you making the best business decisions?

· How should data ethics inform your strategies?

Register

Speaking:

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Marek Rucinski

Australian Taxation Office (ATO)

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Cary Correia

GE (USA)

Scott Barber3

Scott Barber

Bupa

10:20

Associate Partner Presentation: Session details to be Announced

Session hosted by Oracle

Associate Partner Presentation: Session details to be Announced

September 11 | 10:20 - 10:45

Session hosted by Oracle

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Speaking:

10:45

Get Refreshed! Mingle

Come to the ‘Meet the Speakers Lounge’ within the Exhibition Area

Get Refreshed! Mingle

September 11 | 10:45 - 11:15

Come to the ‘Meet the Speakers Lounge’ within the Exhibition Area

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Speaking:

11:15

Vision: The View Atop the Pillars of CDO Deliverables

· Reviewing the post initial monetisation of Data - where does scale stop?

· Future demands of the roles of CDO and CAO: beyond establishing competency and trust.

· Seeing clearly organisational structures: advantage or prohibitor that hinders adoption?

Speaking:

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Pieter Vorster

Executive General Manager, Customer Solutions and Insights, Bankwest

Vision: The View Atop the Pillars of CDO Deliverables

September 11 | 11:15 - 11:40

· Reviewing the post initial monetisation of Data - where does scale stop?

· Future demands of the roles of CDO and CAO: beyond establishing competency and trust.

· Seeing clearly organisational structures: advantage or prohibitor that hinders adoption?

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Speaking:

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Pieter Vorster

Bankwest

11:40

Associate Partner Presentation: Session Details to be Announced

Hosted by Tealium

Associate Partner Presentation: Session Details to be Announced

September 11 | 11:40 - 12:05

Hosted by Tealium

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Speaking:

12:05

Lightening Talks: Business Decisions Showcase

Revealed: How organisations have completed a data/analytics project that ended up providing valuable business insights - see step-by-step how they:

1.) Planned 2.) Built and 3.) Used it.

Three organisations will take you through their project for 15 minutes, no waffle all substance.

Launching a World First Retail Data Platform and Leveraging AI to Monetise Data

- Insights from NARTA

Tessa: Reducing Approval Time from 3hrs to 7 seconds and Dropping Customer Support Call by 75%

- Insights from carsales.com.au

Speaking:

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Miguel Jesus

Chief Data Officer, NARTA

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Gavin Soebiantoro

AI Software Engineer, carsales.com.au

Lightening Talks: Business Decisions Showcase

September 11 | 12:05 - 12:35

Revealed: How organisations have completed a data/analytics project that ended up providing valuable business insights - see step-by-step how they:

1.) Planned 2.) Built and 3.) Used it.

Three organisations will take you through their project for 15 minutes, no waffle all substance.

Launching a World First Retail Data Platform and Leveraging AI to Monetise Data

- Insights from NARTA

Tessa: Reducing Approval Time from 3hrs to 7 seconds and Dropping Customer Support Call by 75%

- Insights from carsales.com.au

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Speaking:

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Gavin Soebiantoro

carsales.com.au

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Miguel Jesus

NARTA

12:35

Lunch! Enjoy downtime with experts in the Speaker Conversation Corner

Lunch! Enjoy downtime with experts in the Speaker Conversation Corner

September 11 | 12:35 - 13:40

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Speaking:

12:35

VIP Private Luncheon

VIP Private Luncheon

September 11 | 12:35 - 13:40

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TRACK A Execution and Enablement

1:40

Presentation: Data Informed Decision Making at the ACCC

· What the ACCC does (competition enforcement, consumer protection, infrastructure regulation).

· The data and analytics journey at the ACCC (the role of the Strategic Data Analysis Unit, Data Governance, our data analysis community of practice).

· Examples of data informed decision making at the ACCC (e.g. Digital Platforms Inquiry, Retail Electricity Price Inquiry)

Speaking:

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Imma Chippendale

General Manager Data & Analytics, ACCC

Presentation: Data Informed Decision Making at the ACCC

September 11 | 13:40 - 14:15

· What the ACCC does (competition enforcement, consumer protection, infrastructure regulation).

· The data and analytics journey at the ACCC (the role of the Strategic Data Analysis Unit, Data Governance, our data analysis community of practice).

· Examples of data informed decision making at the ACCC (e.g. Digital Platforms Inquiry, Retail Electricity Price Inquiry)

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Speaking:

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Imma Chippendale

ACCC

TRACK B Strategic Decision Making

1:40

Discussion Group: Pillars of Data Governance- Compliance, Trust and Transformation

Delivering critical business data to empower the enterprise.

Speaking:

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Nonna Milmeister

Chief Data & Analytics Officer, RMIT

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Craig Rowlands

General Manager Information Management, Medibank

Discussion Group: Pillars of Data Governance- Compliance, Trust and Transformation

September 11 | 13:40 - 14:15

Delivering critical business data to empower the enterprise.

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Speaking:

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Nonna Milmeister

RMIT

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Craig Rowlands

Medibank

TRACK C Future Proofing

1:40

Tech Talks

Hear from three of the latest and greatest in tech making a splash!

Tech Talks

September 11 | 13:40 - 14:15

Hear from three of the latest and greatest in tech making a splash!

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TRACK A Execution and Enablement

2:15

Presentation: Enabling the Global Exchange of Data for Accurate Weather Forecasting

· Taking a look at how the Bureau of Meteorology’s technology layers allow standards based interchange of data to forecast weather in real-time.

· How using social media sentiment feeds into the improved situational awareness – with use case examples.

· Looking to the future: transforming to ensure the Bureau’s ability to exchange data globally for timely data in tomorrow’s high tech world.

Speaking:

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Dr Anthony Rea

Chief Data Officer, Bureau of Meteorology

Presentation: Enabling the Global Exchange of Data for Accurate Weather Forecasting

September 11 | 14:15 - 14:50

· Taking a look at how the Bureau of Meteorology’s technology layers allow standards based interchange of data to forecast weather in real-time.

· How using social media sentiment feeds into the improved situational awareness – with use case examples.

· Looking to the future: transforming to ensure the Bureau’s ability to exchange data globally for timely data in tomorrow’s high tech world.

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Speaking:

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Dr Anthony Rea

Bureau of Meteorology

TRACK B Strategic Decision Making

2:15

Off the Record with...

Totally unscripted, delegates will get to ask pressing questions of our international speaker.

Speaking:

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Cary Correia

Chief Commercial Data Scientist, GE (USA)

Off the Record with...

September 11 | 14:15 - 14:50

Totally unscripted, delegates will get to ask pressing questions of our international speaker.

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Speaking:

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Cary Correia

GE (USA)

TRACK C Future Proofing

2:15

Presentation: Data Commercialisation

· The value of data (Lego concept)

· The value of data to the individual vs organisation (Asymmetry of value concept) · Getting the foundations right (Legal, transparency and end beneficiaries)

· Where do you invest your time (Data commercialisation models and size of opportunities)

Speaking:

Presentation: Data Commercialisation

September 11 | 14:15 - 14:50

· The value of data (Lego concept)

· The value of data to the individual vs organisation (Asymmetry of value concept) · Getting the foundations right (Legal, transparency and end beneficiaries)

· Where do you invest your time (Data commercialisation models and size of opportunities)

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Speaking:

TRACK A Execution and Enablement

2:50

Presentation: Building an Analytics Community of Practice

Speaking:

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Thanh Nguyen

A/g National Manager Enterprise Architecture, Department of Human Services

Presentation: Building an Analytics Community of Practice

September 11 | 14:50 - 15:25

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Speaking:

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Thanh Nguyen

Department of Human Services

TRACK B Strategic Decision Making

2:50

Discussion Group: Meeting Business Needs – How to Get Corporate Backing and Lift Projects Off the Ground?

Speaking:

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Darshil Mehta

Head of Data Strategy, Bupa

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Michelle Kempster

Head of Data Governance, Tabcorp

Discussion Group: Meeting Business Needs – How to Get Corporate Backing and Lift Projects Off the Ground?

September 11 | 14:50 - 15:25

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Darshil Mehta

Bupa

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Michelle Kempster

Tabcorp

TRACK C Future Proofing

2:50

Presentation AI in the Boardroom: Does AI & Machine Learning Have a Spot on the Executive Table?

· High impact AI & ML use cases that shaped exec level commercial decisions.

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Gaurav Ahuja

Head of Digital Analytics, Big W

Presentation AI in the Boardroom: Does AI & Machine Learning Have a Spot on the Executive Table?

September 11 | 14:50 - 15:25

· High impact AI & ML use cases that shaped exec level commercial decisions.

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Gaurav Ahuja

Big W

3:25

Grab a coffee, get refreshed! Mingle

Grab a coffee, get refreshed! Mingle

September 11 | 15:25 - 15:55

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3:55

Teams, Talent and Diversity - Data Skills Recruitment Interactive: Bridging the Data Talent Gap- How Universities and Industry Can Partner to Unlock Deep Insights and Recruit, Develop and Retain Top Talent

This session will explore how universities and industry can partner to solve some of the biggest talent challenges. We will explore how universities and industry can create a revolving door of talent and ideas to drive innovation. The panel will feature industry representatives who will share their personal career journeys and tips for graduates on how to build careers in data. Meanwhile, graduates will discuss what they seek from employers and what will motivate them to stay.

  • Recruitment: Where is industry finding data talent? How is that changing? What skills – hard and soft – are in greatest demand?
  • Development: Where are the biggest data skill gaps – both in existing staff and in new recruits? How can large and small enterprises develop data skills? Where can they turn to for help?
  • Retention: So now that you’ve hired and developed data mavens, how can you keep them? What is industry doing to retain top staff? What do graduates want?
  • Bridging the gap: How are industry and university working together? What else needs to be done?

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Jack Rejtman

Director, Research, Innovation & Commercial Engagement, University of Melbourne

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Nonna Milmeister

Chief Data & Analytics Officer, RMIT

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Felipe Flores

General Manager of Data & Digital and Group Chief Data Scientist, Liberty Financial